Have a Healthy Halloween: Recipe Roundup

Photo courtesy of Amber Ketchum. by amber ketchum, MS, RD

 

 

Looking for some fun (but still healthy) food ideas for Halloween? Nanny Magazine asked some registered dietitian food bloggers to share their favorite Halloween treats, and you’ll definitely want to check out these creative ideas!

 

 

 

 

Spooky Frozen Pops

These Halloween-themed frozen banana pops are the perfect (not to mention adorable) solution for a healthy sweet treat! Kids can also help make their own banana pops with these fun ingredients!

SpookyFrozenPops

Find the full recipe here!

Recipe and photo from Kristen of 360 Family Nutrition.

Boo! Bananas!

These booberry vanilla banana ghosts are another way to take bananas and turn them into something adorable and healthy for kids and grownups to enjoy for Halloween!

BooBananas

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Recipe and photo from Lauren of Nutrition Starring You.

Pumpkin Perfection

How about a pumpkin-themed dessert to eat while carving pumpkins with the kiddos? This pumpkin pie parfait is the perfect tasty treat!

PumpkinPieYogurtFind the full recipe here!

Recipe and photo from Kristen of 360 Family Nutrition.

Great Granola

If you’re trying to switch gears and get those kids to take a break from all that candy, cranberry pumpkin granola bars are a great alternative. They have all the flavors of fall and are a simple go-to breakfast or snack idea for fall!

GreatGranolaFind the full recipe here!

Recipe and photo from Sara of The Cookin' RD

Candy Corn Fakeout

CandyCornParfait

 

This recipe is a fun play on candy corn! A few healthy, colorful ingredients come together to create the colors of candy corn in a light and delicious parfait.

 

Find the full recipe here!

Recipe and photos from Abigail of Soul of Health and Caroline of Eat Better, Stress Less.

 

 

 

 

This Recipe Roundup is brought to you by Amber Ketchum, MDS, RD, Nanny Magazine’s food editor.